Clementine was created in Algeria in 1902, by brother Clément, from tangerine, the fruit of a mandarin tree from Tangier in Morocco. It is in Corsica that its culture has developed, benefiting from a favorable climate.
Odor: sweet, subtle and faithful to the fruit
Distilled parts: Zest by cold expression
Country of origin: France
Digestive tonic, carminative, choleretic, antispasmodic, antinausea
Circulatory, antiplatelet agent, blood thinner
Calming, nervous sedative, relaxing, analgesic
Restlessness, anxiety, stress, fatigue, pessimism, seasonal depression, nervous tension
Digestive disorders: bloating, colitis, spasms, heartburn, constipation, nausea
Convalescence, decreased immunity
Cellulite, fluid retention, circulatory disorders
In diffusion to ward off viruses, cleanse the atmosphere, convalescence, to calm the nerves
Local application, diluted in an HV massage on the stomach to soothe digestive disorders, massage or local friction for circulatory problems
In aromatic infusion for the emotional aspect
Oral for digestive disorders
Attention, dermocaustic and irritant in the pure state, to be diluted for a cutaneous application. Risk of photosensitization, do not expose yourself to the sun after application.
To disinfect the atmosphere during a period of contagion, it can be combined with the ravintsara in diffusion.
Associated to 2 e chakra.
Flammable. Oral use on medical advice. Keep out of the reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. Not recommended for children under 3 and pregnant or breastfeeding women. Do not apply to the skin before sun exposure. Food use possible. Do not use pure on the skin.
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